... in response to Fluoride and Pregnancy
  1. Chris Cooke Snr Chris Cooke Snr United Kingdom says:

    " .... It is considered an important nutrient for the healthy functioning of various organs such as teeth, bones, and the brain.  ...."  What a load of phoney baloney! There is NOT a single cell in the human body that requires fluoride. It is NOT a nutrient in any sense. On the other hand very many studies around the world show adverse effects of this registered poison - to skin, bone, brain and other organs ... even at very low levels.

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